Carole King is a singer-songwriter and songwriter from the United States. Carole King is one of the most well-known female songwriters of all time.
Her breakthrough came in 1971 with the album "Tapestry," which spent nearly six years on the US charts. King has over 20 solo albums to his credit and has been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame twice.
She's also won a slew of prestigious honors, including numerous Grammys.
Over 400 songs written or co-written by King have been recorded by over 1,000 musicians, including herself. During the 1960s, she co-wrote the majority of the chart singles with her former spouse Gerry Goffin.
When King was only 18 years old, they co-wrote her first #1 smash track, "Will You Love Me Tomorrow."
Carole King's net worth is currently estimated at $71.5 million.
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Children: Carole King has 3 daughters, Sherry Goffin, Molly Larkey and Louise Goffin, and a son named Levi Larkey.
Carole King’s father is Sidney Klein.
Carole King’s mother is Eugenia Gingold.
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“Sensitive, humbug. Everybody thinks I'm sensitive. Wait until they hear my new album.”
“Now my tapestry's unraveling.”
“Eric Clapton is my dream guitarist.”
“Once the inspiration comes, that directs where the perspiration goes.”